Piano, prepared electric piano and tape variations of "tah'naer", a composition for piano, hospital, and typewriters by J.Shell. tah'naer: Jeff Shell (Scream Sheet Studios, 1995) Halo Variation: Fay Marcy (Halo Auditorium, 1999) LGL Variation: Jeff Shell for Eucci (Eucci Pierpont 2005) Halo + LGL Variations: Jeff Shell (Eucci Pierpont 2005) Topics: Mechanical, 20th Century Classical, tape collage, Minimalism, Musique Concrete Source: Piano, prepared electric piano, typewriters, hospitals, tape, machines
Up one path and down the other. Four tracks by Jeff Shell and Cybele Roland for The Audio ELW, recorded late 1999. "Resurrection Restraint" recombines the soundtracks for the Unusual Restraint paintings and may be seen as a precursor to Eucci with its sparse analog production. "Sleeper #4721" is exactly what it says it is, with a bonus trip to the market. "A Misaligned Coil" and "A Violent Compression" basically untouched from their appearance on the long... Topics: field recordings, low power electronics, analog, minimalism, musique concrete, electroacoustic
Another Eucci travel piece - "Finest wintertime desolation - our favorite summertime town in winter, with summer houses empty and fields, marshes, and water's edges replaced by snow and ice. Underneath bare skies where the smallest sounds carry on for miles and miles. Almost an entirely different place, with such a strong and contrasting beauty compared to the heights of the summer season." Built from field recordings at LGL Point, captured by Jeff Shell, Cybele Roland, and Kate... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: minimalism, electroacoustic, musique concrete, field recordings, microsound, winter, drone, frigid,...
Blips, bleeps, horns, banks, scratches, and occasional environmental sounds make up this installation recording of the Eucci 'Table Stories' composition. Straightforward electroacoustic with a touch of musique concrete. For Mark and Lee. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Avantgarde, Minimalism, 20th Century Classical, Electroacoustic, Musique concrete Source: Table Shoulders Installation, Pierpont November 2005
Scenes from a life that inspired a summer catalog collection. Jeff Shell's Eucci brings banjo, rhodes, aggressive leads, and more and runs it through the minimalist musique concrete tape machine, bringing a cut up and softly distorted sound to faintly recognizable objects and a touch of bluegrass. Percussion, pops, and dusty instruments swarm around your ears like summer dreams in urban parks. Banjo by Kate Cheuffer Remastered and re-encoded by Sunhil, November 2009 ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Banjo Tune, Minimalism, Broken Beats, Tape Collage, Bluegrass, Musique concrete